Homelessness

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The founder and CEO of the homelessness charity Rowan Alba is to stand down after 26 years. Helen Carlin began her career as a housing visitor at the City of Edinburgh Council in 1985. Through this work, Helen saw the need for long-term supported accommodation for homeless people and began a discour

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In the UK, LGBTQ+ people continue to face significant challenges when it comes to finding safe and secure housing. Despite progress in policy and legislation, discrimination and inequality persist. In this blog, CaCHE’s Knowledge Exchange and Impact Fellow, Gareth Young, gives an overvie

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A charity has praised two young people for their valiant efforts in raising awareness and money to support socially excluded people in the North-East. Aberdeen Cyrenians supports people in crisis who are affected by homelessness, poverty, abuse, addiction, mental ill-health, and complex needs. Their

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West Lothian Council has been considering ways to deliver additional housing rapidly to meet local demand for homes for rent. Council officers have been looking at quick-build housing solutions to provide more homes for rent and reduce reliance on hotels and B&Bs, to see if they could work in We

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A community growing hub which helps people who have been homeless has become the latest local project to benefit from the City of Edinburgh Council’s community benefits scheme. Following a great deal of community-based support from buildings solutions service John G Macintosh (JGM), the Pilton

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